After nearly 14 hours of deliberations
After nearly 14 hours of deliberations, jurors authentic louis vuitton announced Thursday afternoon that they had found Peterson guilty in the death of Kathleen Savio, his third wife. Peterson, 58, pleaded not guilty to murdering Savio, whose body was found in a dry bathtub in 2004. He remains the lone suspect in the 2007 disappearance of his fourth wife Stacy Peterson. After the verdict was delivered, defense attorneys decried the conviction's basis on hearsay evidence, and louis vuitton handbags reasserted Peterson's innocence, calling Savio's death "a household accident." Drew Peterson was arrested for Savio's murder in 2009, under an Illinois law passed in direct connection with this case. The "hearsay law" allowed judges to admit hearsay evidence in first-degree murder cases if prosecutors can prove a victim's death was directly connected to a defendant's efforts to prevent them from testifying. As a result, letters louis vuitton sale and recalled conversations where Savio said she worried Drew Peterson would kill her were admitted as evidence.